Dave Pack continues his downward spiral:
So when we speak of Elijah the prophet, a very simple way to speak of him, since he is like Elijah, he is “Elijah that prophet.” It is just that simple. Same person, same job description, only now we understand. After you have now proven that they are one and the same, you now understand the “restoring all things” doesn’t stop at the Church, but it certainly would include telling the Church what “restoring all things” truly means in full scope and size.
They are the same person. It does not mean God has vested some kind of totalitarian authority in a man. It has nothing to do with that. This man speaks to the world with the two men of wonder on either side of him……and he says to the world exactly what Christ wants him to say…it is very simple……So it does not make any difference whether you are Elijah or Isaiah…or any other prophet—Micah, Daniel, Hosea, Joel—any of them. Whether you are going to tell Hezekiah you’re going to die, or you are talking to 7.3 billion people, it is the exact same job.
Technology and miracles and the power of God and enforcement in a government that executes justice and judgment in the earth, if you don’t do what God says—that comes out of this man’s mouth, in the way that God is going to do it—you die. It is not some kind of totalitarian human leadership. All of us, brethren, who are going to be in the kingdom of God—every one of you—presumably, you don’t think you are going to go out and do your own thing. We are all going to do our own responsibility—not our own thing.